MPLS and DIA are built for the past and don’t support cost and technical requirements of the modern enterprise. SD-WAN will be like the Firewall is today for enterprises. It will become common among enterprises. It doesn’t mean MPLS will go away, but with the capability of Hybrid WAN as part of SD-WAN, MPLS will become less critical, less traffic will go over it,
If you are reading this blog I’m pretty sure you have already experienced some WebRTC calls.
And how was the quality of the audio? And the video? Typically the answer to this questions is somewhere between pretty good to great. Things get more complex when call needs to exist the WebRTC protected island. Time to discover why.
The promise of SD-WAN (Software Defined WAN) is reliable high quality enterprise WAN using low cost access (e.g. broadband) instead of expensive MPLS. SD-WAN is a collection of several technologies with centralized management on top.Given quality of WebRTC sessions and usage of error resilient codecs, does SD-WAN bring any value to WebRTC?